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Flickr Photo Of The Week

Congratulations to John Crisp of Mesquite, the winner of the Flickr Photo of the Week. John has won our contest multiple times. His last win was back in April.  He follows last week’s winner Scottie Nguyen from Garland.

If you would like to participate in the Flickr Photo of the Week contest, all you need to do is upload your photo to our Flickr group page. It’s fine... | Read More

An Airy Expansion At Crow Museum Of Asian Art

The Crow Museum of Art in the Dallas Arts District has completed a remodeling project that added new gallery space, a gorgeous gift shop and and art studio. In State of the Arts this week, KERA’s Anne Bothwell sat down with Amy Hofland, the museum’s executive director, to talk about what these changes mean.

The Crow Collection of Asian Art has become the Crow Museum of Asian... | Read More

Echoing The Past, A Fort Worth Studio Find It’s Future

Welcome to the Art&Seek Spotlight. Every Thursday, here and on KERA FM, we’ll explore the cultural creativity happening in North Texas. As it grows, this site, artandseek.org/spotlight, will eventually paint a collective portrait of our artistic community. Check out all the artists and artworks we’ve chronicled.

R&B singer Leon Bridges burst onto the music scene in... | Read More

Frame of Mind: The Thorne Anderson Retrospective

This week on Frame of Mind, we sit down with photojournalist Thorne Anderson, who has worked with The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Boston Globe, Chicago Tribune, and Time, Newsweek. The show airs Thursday at 10 p.m.

Anderson has traveled the world, also co-authoring  “Unembedded: Four Independent Photojournalists on the War in Iraq”, which highlights the... | Read More

Thrashers Caught On Film – Photographing Their Fellow Thrashers



Dallas-based Exploredinary – the artistic duo Sarah Reyes and Daniel Driensky, featured in Art & Seek’s Spotlight series – have created a new, three-part, short-documentary series called ‘Legends of Skateboarding.’ The first completed film just went online (above), and as the other two follow, Art & Seek will be posting them.

Created in... | Read More

DSO Names Principal Guest Conductor

The full release:

Gemma New Named Principal Guest Conductor of  Dallas Symphony Orchestra

Two-Year Contract to Begin in 2019/20 Season

 Dallas, TX (October 17, 2018) – Dallas Symphony Association Chairman Sanjiv Yajnik, Music Director Designate Fabio Luisi and President & CEO Kim Noltemy announced today that conductor Gemma New has been appointed Principal Guest... | Read More

Big Screen: Modern Cinema Preview

Beginning Thursday, moviegoers in Fort Worth will get an early look at some films that will soon be vying for Oscars. This week, we preview Modern Cinema, which runs through Sunday at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth. Joining us is Christopher Kelly, the former Fort Worth Star-Telegram movie critic who curated the lineup.

This year’s event is particularly flush with... | Read More

A Look Ahead At The Week’s Art&Seek Picks

Got plans? Not yet, huh? Well, don’t worry. We are here to help. The Art&Seek calendar is the largest arts calendar in the area. Take a look below to see just a few of the over 1,000 events that are listed on Art&Seek.

Wednesday

Goya, “The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters,” 1799

The Kimbell Art Museum is putting art... | Read More

What To Expect At TACA Perforum: Meeting Community Needs In The Arts

The annual TACA Perforum tackles an important topic in the arts community. Once again, Art&Seek is partnering with TACA to livestream the discussion. We’ll also post insights from the panelists in the days leading up to the event. First up, SMU Professor and Director of the National Center for Arts Research Zannie Voss. She’ll lead the discussion on Oct. 29, and here, explains... | Read More

Art&Seek Jr: Autumn Happenings For You And Your Little Pumpkins

Time’s ticking down. Only two more weeks until the H Day.

If you’re a parent you know that Halloween is really big stuff in Kidland, and depending on the child, it’s consistently ranked #2 or #3 of the most important kid holidays of the year. If you’re a kid with a Halloween birthday, Halloween is a solid #2, with Christmas as its only competition.

Also,... | Read More

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